Combine acrobatic moves, hip-hop dancing and lots of energy and you have a group called, "Break-shop Bump'n."
"All we require throughout the whole show is smiles." That's what everyone is told before the show begins.
They're energetic, eclectic and frenetic, - they are Break-shop Bump'n.
"Break-shop Bump'n is a family friendly,acrobatic, spinning, choreo, hip–hop, wacking, fun fantastic show," said the group's leader, Flexum.
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Judi Dalbec came with her kids for the fifth year in a row and said, "It's just exciting, its energetic, and the kids like the music, so they just want to come back every time were here."
This is team leader, Flexum's tenth year performing at the State Fair, but this year also marked a first for the group.
"I brought girls this year because it was an all guy cast last year. This year I brought two new girls and there's six of us," he said.
Second year member Justin David characterized the group as, "Passionate about what we do, but were having fun at the same time and we're also just entertaining them but we're not trying too hard we're just doing our thing."
Break-shop Bump'n will be performing three shows a day with a special fourth show over the weekend for all you would-be dancers.
Flexum said, "At the 7 o'clock show for Sunday and Monday we're actually bringing up anyone that wants to learn how to dance. So we'll be teaching on our 4th show."
But don't worry.
"Its very simple we don't have anybody getting hurt, we don't expect you to fly and do triple backflips or anything like that, but yeah, it's fun," he said.
Break-shop Bump'n will be performing at 1:30, 4:00, AND 6 p.m. on Saturday and1:30, 4:00, 5:30 and 7:00 on Sunday and Monday.
Neil Pursley, reporting http://twelve.tv http://www.facebook.com/12localnews http://twitter.com/12Sports
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